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Travel Guide To Belize In 48 Hours

travel, destination, travel tips, Belize, travel adventures, traveling, Central America, CaribbeanBelize boasts of a multitude of activities for its tourists. And even if one has 48 hours, one can indeed explore Belize with a little planning and advanced booking. Once you have planned the trip, just look for Belize overwater bungalow for your stay. Enjoy staying in the beautifully designed rooms with all the modern amenities. Get ready to make the most out of your short trip to Belize. It could be learning about Mayan culture or hiking in the jungle or snorkeling in the Belize Barrier Reef. Belize people are very kind and welcoming, and almost everyone speaks English. So, it is easy to converse with everyone. Belize is the hub of Creole culture and history, and there is much to see and experience here. Belize indeed offers a unique experience for the tourists and travelers. Here are some ideas on how to spend 48 hours in Belize.



Start with the ride to the ferry port on the Caribbean side and a round trip on the ferry is highly recommended. Enjoy the 45-minute water taxi ride to the small Belizean island, Caye Caulker. The island is about one mile wide, and one can always rent out bicycles and explore the unbeaten paths. You can check out the channel of water that separates Caye Caulker, “The Split” which is a favorite hangout site for the locals and the tourists. Later, you can explore the south coast that boasts of the prettiest coastline dotted with charming towns and villages. It is a good idea to squeeze in time for a visit to the Museum of Belize that showcases objects of scientific, historical or artistic interest. One can enjoy browsing the permanent exhibits that are on display throughout the year.

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Head towards the town to check out the cultural activities. Take the chocolate-making class to know more about the ancient Mayan culture. See how they used hands to ground cacao beans and make chocolate. Later, you can head towards Green Iguana Conservation Project and hold iguanas. This is a great way to learn about Belizean culture. You can drive the surrounding countryside and explore the charming Creole villages. Visit Burrell Boom which is famous for homemade fruit wine. Stop here to taste the blackberry flavor and look for the howler monkeys up in the trees.

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Cruising the Caribbean

If you’re looking to explore the Caribbean, why stay put when you can travel from one island to another and get spoiled rotten in the process? Caribbean cruises offer some of the most extravagant and unashamedly luxurious holidays that you have ever encountered: it’s an elaborate experience designed to put everything right at your fingertips and give you a holiday to remember, and it definitely delivers.

There are numerous cruise operators offering Caribbean itineraries, each putting their own slant on luxury. While some companies such as Celebrity cruises typically operate around Europe and the Mediterranean, others such as Princess Cruises routinely venture out to explore the balmy waters of the Caribbean, taking in such delights as Aruba, Dominica and St Lucia.

Famous for their high level of service, top-notch facilities and exquisite cuisine, you’ll certainly be well looked after every step (or knot) of the way on a Caribbean cruise, which is especially important when spending so much time at sea. You’ll have plenty to do as the ships are well-equipped with plenty of facilities, ranging from fitness centres and pools to Broadway-style musicals and cinema screenings, and you’re also likely to come home several pounds heavier thanks to the never-ending supply of sumptuous food, snacks and delicious calorie-laden treats on offer.

If this tickles your fancy you shouldn’t have any problem finding Caribbean cruises online to suit your personal preferences. Many tour operators regularly offer discounts on online bookings and if you’re looking for a bargain, you can often find last-minute bookings and late deals to help make things that little bit easier. Most cruises are operated on a full board basis with all meals, accommodation and flights included, which helps to keep your finances on control.

So whatever you want from your Caribbean holiday, why not try a cruise and find out the true meaning of luxury?

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